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Jose Mourinho vs. Arsene Wenger: Chelsea vs. Arsenal: P12, W7, D5, L0

Chelsea visit Arsenal on Sunday bidding to close in on the Premier League title and end the Gunners' chances. Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger is bidding to beat Jose Mourinho's Blues for the first time, at the 13th attempt. Here are the previous meetings between the managers.

Arsenal 2-2 Chelsea, Premier League, Dec. 12, 2004

The first meeting between the two ended in a draw.

Chelsea twice came from behind against defending champions Arsenal, with Eidur Gudjohnsen and John Terry cancelling out Thierry Henry's double.

Chelsea 0-0 Arsenal, Premier League,...

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Cesc Fabregas was musing at the weekend about Chelsea's imminent coronation. "It's been five years for [Chelsea] without winning the title; for me it's been 27 years, so I'd love to win it as soon as possible," he said. It has been 11 for Arsenal. Fabregas was at Highbury when Arsenal became champions in 2004. He had debuted in the League Cup but not the top flight.

He was too young to be an Invincible, too precocious to stay at Arsenal in the era of austerity. He is set to become the seventh former...

 By Phil Lythell

Cesar Azpilicueta's blue-collar work is invaluable to Chelsea's success

Our football gurus debate whether or not Jose Mourinho's managing style is appealing to the Chelsea fan base.

In a team crammed with leaders and headline grabbers, it can be hard for some players to receive the acclaim they deserve. The goal-getters, the goal-line interceptors and the back-heelers are generally the ones upon whom the television cameras are trained and to whom the column inches are dedicated.

It is impossible to argue against the adulation afforded to Eden Hazard for his stupendous campaign or for the plaudits that John Terry, Cesc Fabregas, Diego Costa and Nemanja Matic, among others, have...